In Chronology Dr. Ben captures the African origins of "Western religions" and traces some of the significant influences, developments, and people that have shaped the foundation for the holy books used in these religions.
Parker skillfully uses classical and contemporary sources to examine the African origins and influences throughout the African continent, the Arab world, Asia, and Europe. First published in 1918 by the Hamitic League of the World. Print republication by Black Classic Press in 1971 (978-0-933121-10-2.) Electronic publication by Black Classic Press 2013.
In this address at Liberia College in 1881, Blyden, then president of the college, discusses liberal education for Africans. In his speech Blyden lays out an educational program for the instruction of students at the college and for African youth throughout the continent.
In this pamphlet, transcribe from an 1862 lecture, the author chronicles the early European "exploration" along the River Niger. Also included is detailed information on the the slave trade, and European commercial venturing and exploitation in Central Africa during the 18th and 19th centuries.